Similar words: exist, existing, preexist, nonexistent, existence, existentialism, taxi stand, coerce. Meaning: [‚kəʊɪg'zɪst] v. 1. coexist peacefully, as of nations 2. exist together.
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(1) Pockets of affluence coexist with poverty.
(2) Socialist and capitalist countries coexist in the world.
(3) What makes it difficult for the communities to coexist peacefully? Sentencedict.com
(4) Modern farming methods coexist with more traditional practices.
(5) Appalling poverty and great wealth coexist in the city.
(6) Different traditions coexist successfully side by side.
(7) English speakers now coexist peacefully with their Spanish-speaking neighbours.
(8) Can the two countries ever coexist peacefully?
(9) These elements may coexist in the same event.
(10) The Buddhist and Shinto religions coexist in Japan.
(11) All that could easily coexist with political and religious radicalism, and in William Empson it did.
(12) Both principles must, of course, coexist, and there is no blueprint for dealing with the conflicts when they arise.
(13) Nation states could only coexist peaceably if a strong collective security arrangement were respected by all.
(14) Again, the insectivores in closely related groups can coexist, whereas this is rare in the frugivores.
(15) Dilapidated public schools-their windows covered by protective grilles coexist with crack houses.
(16) This is because the two properties may coexist in one and the same expression.
(17) River and sea now coexist by the rules of a peculiar estuarine current.
(18) Now it is generally accepted that the countries with different social systems can coexist peacefully.
(19) In a condition that affects up to 14% of the population, organic disease is bound to coexist in some.
(20) At points on the tie-line between X and Y the saturated solutions coexist in equilibrium.
(21) Clients equate reward potential with risk, a fact dealers exploit, but the two may not coexist proportionately.
(22) Why should not the validity of different traditions of discourse simply be allowed to coexist?
(23) The farmhouse is a welcoming, fascinating building in which past and present happily coexist.
(24) Tredell's analysis is perhaps too synchronic, suggesting that the various modes of literary theory coexist, whether easily or uneasily.
(25) No one is sure these starkly different political modes can coexist on Capitol Hill.
(26) In the psyche, as we know, such opposites as true and false coexist very well.
(27) While two innovations embodying quite different educational values attempt to coexist it is unlikely that both will be successful.
(28) Each approach has its advantages, and these and other options may coexist in the network of tomorrow.
(29) Intellectual contemplation and the raw physicality of the athlete happily coexist in Renaissance man.
(30) The court was confident that elements of direct democracy can coexist within the representative republic.
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